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what went wrong. >> the search for clues resumes this morning in the wreckage of a german airliner that crashed without warning. warmer spring air in the nation's midsection brings the threat of severe weather, includeing possible tornados. >> when they come to the gate and they i've got a bomb and they say they have a bomb believe them. take them down. >> the head of the secret service is grilled again by congress for the latest security lapse at the white house. ♪ and sounds of history. the library of congress announces a selection of recordings to be preserved forever. ♪ you've got that lovin' feeling
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noetsz captioning funded by cbs this is the "cbs morning news" for wednesday, march 25th, 2015. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. this morning recovery teams and investigators resume their search in a remote area of the french alps where a german airliner plunged into a mountainside. this is what they face. the german minister calls it a picture of horror. jer managewings flight crashed as it flew to germany. they say the black box voice recorder is damaged but it can still provide information. there were 144 passengers and six crew members on board all presumed dead. there was no distress call from the pilots and the aircraft went through a routine check on
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monday. >> reporter: this is what's left of a commercial airliner that slammed into a mountainside in the french alps. the germanwings airbus was flying when something went terribly wrong. the plane climbed 32,000 feet. there it stayed for 60 seconds before it began a deep descent which lasted for eight minutes without a distress call. >> we have to investigate properly with all of them with what went wrong. >> either way were trying to solve the many problems they face order they simply were unable to. you must remember the pilot must first try to solve the problem apsd then communicate. >> there is no more pieces. there is nothing. the plane has totally disappear. the degree field is in a high remote area making retrieval of
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bodies and wreckage difficult and snow is in the forecast. . but crews have already located one of the plane's flight recorders which could give clues to its final minutes. the news hit especially hard in germany where 16 high school students and two teachers were expected to return from an exchange program in spain. >> i am and the whole town are very shocked at this moment. >> reporter: airline officials would not speculate at the cause of the crash. tina kraus cbs news digne, france. the primary danger will be from severe winds triggered by what's expected to be waves of storm, but tornadoes are also a possibility and flash flood watches are posted in missouri and illinois. and this funnel cloud was spotted in western missouri yesterday. hail and lightning was also spotted in the area near
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springfield. there were no reports of damage or injury though. well, the state of massachusetts is asking for federal disaster relief to help cover the cleanup costs following record-setting snowfall. the state wants ten counties to be declared disaster areas following a series of major storms. massachusetts spent about $400 million on snow removal. the state is seeking 75% reimbursement. this morning italy's court is expected to rule on the appeal of aamanda knox in the murder of a student. she and her boyfriend were convicted for a second time. she was found dead back in her apartment back in 2007. knox spent nearly four years in jail during the investigation but now lives in seattle. if appeal is denied prosecutors could ask for her extradition.
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testimony on tuesday focused gun evidence they say shows the defendant play add key role in the attacks. marlie hall reports. >> reporter: new video appears to show dzhokhar and tamerlan tsarnaev leaving a firing range last december. an analyst testified the brothers practiced shooting for about an hour with rented 9 millimeter handguns. massachusetts state police lieutenant david cahill told jurors 56 shell casings from a 9 millimeter ruger handgun were recovered from a crime scene where they were in the shoot-out with police. they say that same gun was used to kill mit police officer sean collier. dr. marv you levitt told jurors
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the message scrawled inside the boat is consistent with jihadi documents found on his laptop. another one of his notes was shown to the jury, this one a plea to keep his financial aid. he claimed his schoolwork suffered because he lost relatives in chechnya quote, a republican that occupied by soldiers that wrongly abducts men under false pretences and terror accusations. he said he wanted to do well so he could help those in his country. marleau hall cbs news, boston. president obama has agreed to slow down withdrawal from afghanistan. it's a shift in the plan and it comes at the request of the new government. the president meant with president obama yesterday. nearly 10,000 troops remain in afghanistan through the end of this year. >> we want to make sure that we're doing everything we can to help afghan security forces
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succeed so we don't have to go back. >> the u.s. forces will train and assist afghan forces who are fighting the taliban and other islamic militants. hundreds of polish residents took to the streets to meet a convoy of u.s. troops. the american military vehicles and soldiers were given a hero's welcome tuesday as they drove through eastern europe. the soldiers posed for pictures with residents who are worried that the conflict in ukraine threatens their security. police in california are searching for a gunman who shot and killed a police officer. in san jose police closed several streets last night as they look for the shooter. the officer was responding to a call about a man threatening to commit suicide. officers were met with gunfire as they approached the apartment building. coming up on the "morning news" now, secret service surveillance video. newly released video offers fresh details in the crash of a white house barrier by two
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accuse of being intoxicated at the white house this month. the new direct eer said more time is needed to complete the investigation. craig boswell has that story. >> reporter: this is surveillance video showing secret service agents in a government suv nudging a barrier during an investigation outside the white house ott march 4th. lawmakers are angry that additional video hasn't been released or has been deleted. >> new secret service director joseph clancey said video is only saved for 72 hours but he's changing that to one week. he found out about the incident five days later in an e-mail. they were not given sobriety tests. >> this is not business as usual. >> clancey immediately turned over the investigation to the inspector general but lawmakers are frustrated the director will not allow agents involved to testify.
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>> they're the rank-and-file. they didn't sign up for coming in front of an open hearing with cameras and lights. i think it's my responsibility. >> reporter: lawmakers also want to know why the whom left the spishls pack and wasn't investigated. >> when they come to the gate and said they have a bomb believe them and take them down. >> reporter: clancey says he needs time to fix the secret service culture and hire more agents. distractions like talking and using a cell phones play a role in the majority of moderate to severe crashes involveling teen drivers. new research from aaa finds driver distractions were a factor in 58% of crashes and that is four times the rate in many previous estimates. straight ahead now, skating on thin ice. a hockey player gets a big surprise as he rushes his girl frenld to the hospital his pregnant girlfriend that is.
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of the most powerful women on wall street enters the tech world, and the exfilekp x files are being reopened. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> good morning, anne-marie. ruth poreat worked at morgan stanley for 28 years. she's been there since 2010. she's the latest to defect the silicon valley. her hiring comes at a time when google and other tech companies are under fire for hiring and promoting women. the dow lost 104 points yesterday, the s&p fell nearly 13 and the nasdaq finished 16 points lower. a private equity firm 3g capital is reportedly in talks to buy kraft foods. p"the wall street journal" says the deal is likely to be valued alt around $40 billion.
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3g bought heinz back in 2013 and would likely merge the two well known food companies. >> federal workers and retirees owe billions in back taxes. the irs says they owed $3.5 billion in taxes last year. that's an increase over the previous year. workers in housing vept had the highest delinquency rate. compared to the general public federal workers are more likely to pay their taxes. the new study looks at the pay gap between men and women in nursing. the university of california research found that the average salary for male nurses in 2013 was about $70,000. for women, about $60,000. this is despite the fact that about 90% of the nation's nurses are women. researchers say there are several possible reasons. gender discrimination men are better any gauche yater, and women who leave work to have
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children return at a lower pay compared to the men who never left. and some good news if you're an x files fan. ♪ the tv thriller is returning for a limited series. six episodes. david due curvely and gillian anderson will reprice their roles as mully and scully investigating ufos. it was was the longest running in u.s. history with nine seasons when it ended in 2002. productions due to start this summer, but no air dates have been anounszed. >> that theme music still gives me chills. i can't wait. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange. thanks a lot, jill. when we return sounds of history. we'll share some of the recordings picked to be preserved forever in the library of congress. ♪ ♪ sunny day ♪ nourishes from the inside... with biotin for beautiful hair
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. an interesting couple of days for detroit red wings center darren helm. he was on the ice for his team's 5-4 loss to arizona but he probably won't remember much about that game. helm's girlfriend gave birth monday in the couple's car on the way to the hospital. >> she came seven days and five hours early. it's a pretty funny story now that we think about it. >> helm said he's proud of his girlfriend for getting through it and thrilled over the bilkt of his daughter. each year the library of congress selects 25 recorded
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works of cultural or historical significance to boo preserved forever in the national recording registry. this year's selections include chart-topping hits of the '50s and '60s a classic rock staple and an album full of songs from an iconic children's television show. ♪ sunny day sweepin' the clouds away ♪ >> the compilation of some of "sesame street's" most popular song is being recognized the library of congress notes "sesame street's" music is an integral goal of educateing the children. ♪ you've lost that lovin' feelin' ♪ >> reporter: there was no better example of phil spector's wall of song than the 1964 hit yt you've lost that lovin' feelin'." the righteous brothers went on to record it but it was later
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recorded by the beach boys and elvis. the doors burst onto the scene with "light my fire." it was the highest charting song on their sefrl-titled debut album, but more importantly it became an anthem of the summer of love. ♪ just as long as you stand, stand by me ♪ >> reporter: and benny king's haunting vocals along with the unforgettable base line of the soul classic "stand by it" madest the most broadcast songs of the 20th century. also making this year's list lauren hill's solo album and radiohead's alternative rock classic "okay computer." there are more than 400 selections in the national registry. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," uber car service helping out busy families. i'm anne-marie green.
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golfing great jack nicklaus has another medal to hang in his trophy case. yesterday he was awarded the gold medal. he's the winner of 18 champions including masters. he said all he did was play golf and try to make his family proud of him. >> i'm honestly and completely humbled to be here today and i guess you'd say i'm floored to be standing here? the ohio state marching band performed for the ohio born nicklaus. there is a movement afoot to see that women get their fair share of money, but it's not about getting their hands on more of it. it's about getting their faces on some of it.
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chip reid reports. >> reporter: barbara ortiz howard already has a day job maintaining apartment buildings near new york city. now she has a second job. it's all about moneying. no, not earning it. she wants to fix what's wrong with it. >> there's no women on the money. i thought, gee, this is a something. after long hours of research she and some friends came up with a list of 15 extraordinary women. do you have a favorite? >> i have 15 favorites, in fact. >> reporter: she won't say on the record but she clearly has a soft spot for harriet tubman who rescued slaves on the underground railroad. >> she risked her life ore andver and over and over again. >> it gets you emotional. >> yeah. i mean people put themselves so out there. >> i'd love to see eleanor roosevelt on there.
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>> reporter: doris kearns wood winn said andrew jackson probably wouldn't mind getting the axe. >> he might have said i've had my run, time for somebody else. >> reporter: who decides who's the one? >> the american public decides. >> reporter: they decide buy voting. when they narrow it down to won she says they'll ask president obama to order it done. it would be done onby 2020 the 100th anniversary of the woman's right to vote. >> i thought that was a pretty good idea. >> reporter: but howard is leaving nothing to chance. instead of high-powered lobbyists she's employ add much more powerful team. adorable kids. >> no bills. >> reporter: using they're persuasive powers to get out the vote. >> it's crazy there are no girls on the money.
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>> reporter: chip reid cbs news, no. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," we will go to france for the latest on the plane crash in the alps and hear from the families of victims. >> plus an alarming report on teenagers and distracted driving and the look at the impact of the nfl streaming a game online for the first time. that is the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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welshing developing right now you are looking at a staging area this is a live look at french alps where crews begin their efforts to recover bodies and wreckage from the down air liner. i'm erika von tiehl. i'm nicole brewer in for ukee. also today police are investigating a car crash that led to the police involve shooting in nicetown. what we're learning this morning. and former sports broadcaster done ton tollefson will learn his fate today for scaming people out of hundreds of thousands of dollars, katie. today we will be one of those days where we will start off with one thing and start to end up with eras day progresses a and that is all because we have traps situation taking place with our latest warm front coming to move in. as it does so we


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